Coal, Class, and Color

Coal, Class, and Color

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How were southern black transformed rural agricultural workers into members of the industrial working class? Joe William Trotter, Jr., examines the unique experience of black coal miners in southern West Virginia between World War l. an the Great Depression, showing how the subtle interplay of race, class, and region altered black people personal and collective existence165-73, 204-16; John A. Williams, West Virginia: A History (New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 1984), pp. ... 10-18; quote in New York World, 23 July 1899, reprinted in Public Addresses, etc., of Governor G. W. Atkinson, courtesy of Gary L. Weiner, ... Sanders Promoted, aquot; 31 July 1914, in McDowell Times; aquot;State Librarian, aquot; in John T. Harris, ed., West Virginia Legislative Hand Book ( Charleston, W.Va.

Title:Coal, Class, and Color
Author: Joe William Trotter
Publisher:University of Illinois Press - 1990

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